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astronomer

Andrew Robert Liddle, British astronomer. Achievements include research in nature of the universe, and in particular the early stages of the universe's evolution. Recipient Philip Leverhulme Prize fellowship, Leverhulme Trust, 2001-2003.

Background

Liddle, Andrew Robert was born on June 9, 1965 in Glasgow, Scotland. Arrived in England, 1989. Son of Robert and Elizabeth Liddle.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics, University of Glasgow, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy, University of Glasgow, 1989.

Career

Postdoctoral researcher University of Sussex, Brighton, England, 1989—1993, Royal Society university research fellow, lecturer in astronomy England, 1993—1998. Lecturer in astrophysics Imperial College, London, United Kingdom, 1998—1999. Professor of astrophysics University of Sussex, Brighton, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in nature of the universe, and in particular the early stages of the universe's evolution.

Connections

father:
Robert Liddle

mother:
Elizabeth Liddle